Y'all, I had a moment of panic earlier today when Cron lied to me, telling me it's Week 51:
The scariest part was that it did not feel entirely unbelieveable that I might have missed out on a week of life. It has been "All Systems: GO!" around these parts for the last couple of months and, just when I thought things were calming down for the holidays... well, it's the holidays, innit? 😵
Help me feel a little less alone in the chaos, won't you please? Let me know more about your holiday plans below - the more ambitious the better 😈
to @virginia, who shared this helpful tip for converting Notion files to markdown script - we love Notion and this post is written in markdown, so it's a guaranteed crowdpleaser!
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The New Relic Team will be hosting a Reddit AMA with Umber Singh, VP of Deal Strategy & Monetization, and his team.
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- @lnxchk and the PagerDuty Team have been BUSY (I tried, but there's really no better way to phrase it)! As well as the usual weekly shenanigans, which are enough to be keeping up with, Mandi treated us to a 2-part tutorial for sending info about your on-call rotations to Slack using PD API: Check out part 1 here and part 2 here. 💫
- @eyalestrin keeps us topped up on a supply of thoughtful content, this time about supply chain security in the cloud
- while @techielass continues to explain things in ways that even I understand - this week, it was Azure Stack HCI (which I'd been reading as "HCl" with an L, like "hydrochloric acid" until that post 🤦♀️)
- and @kaiwalter continues to solve their own problems on behalf of the rest of us, and then produce tutorials for their answers 🙏
PagerDuty has been nominated for Best End-to-End DevOps Tool/Service in the DevOps Dozen 2022 Awards. 👏
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